Before my birtday, I traveled to Montana for business. While scheduling and various transportation issues kept me from making a journey to the Underground cabin, it wasn't a complete bust. After some logyard tours and such, my teammates and I snuck away for a few hours to Glacier National Park. Photos to come later.
The nice thing about working for a decent firm, whose clients are fiscally responsible, yet don't expect you to live like paupers, is that you get pretty decent accommodations. A little call to the Lodge at Whitefish Lake, drop the client's name, and we get a reasonably-priced, well-equipped little hideaway for the time we're there . . .
Even a teddy. For when I get scared and lonely, at night. (Teddy costs $29.99 and can't be expensed in my time and expense report, just FYI).